Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Ecology Cooking – Healthy Choices Book Review

January 20, 2014 by  
Filed under Ecology Cooking, Uncommon Sense

After hearing a Science Friday interview on NPR with the author of this book, I asked Bob for this for my birthday.  It was sold out and took quite a bit of research to find one.   They’ve printed more! Reading this book has changed how I purchase, store and cook vegetables & fruits.   Faithful […]

Raw Food Recipe: Healthy, Low Calorie, Easy and Delicious

April 4, 2011 by  
Filed under Ecology Cooking

I call this Silky Soup.  It’s a rich, nutritious, beautiful and super easy. Serve as an elegant appetizer, a snack or lunch on a hot day.  The avocado adds richness and it’s a way to use the parts of mango you might otherwise discard.  It looks like a lot of steps, but it’s fast and […]

Ecology Cooking Tip for Tea Drinkers

January 23, 2011 by  
Filed under Ecology Cooking

Do you pre-heat your teapot?  Then do you pour that hot water down the drain?  Or do you have boiling water left over in your kettle after making your tea? If so, here’s something you can do with that very hot water.  Pour it over your sponges in the sink.  Or put your good knives […]

Ecology Cooking: Avocados

November 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Ecology Cooking

Bob’s definition of a good salad:   At least one whole avocado.  You can use less oil in salads when you use avocados.  Their rich, oily flavor is nutritious and balances your high quality vinegar or lemon dressing. To use: Slice Avocado in half and separate halves by twisting halves apart. Plop your chef’s knife into […]

Ecology Cooking: Favorite Tool

October 24, 2010 by  
Filed under Ecology Cooking

Use good ingredients to make good tasting, healthy meals. Scrape every last yummy bite with a good quality silicone spatula. Did you ever notice the cooking shows that leave so much food in the bowl or pot? It really does not take any extra time to extract those yummy bites if you’re using the proper […]